Ful­d/Chuff­art-Fin­ster­wald, Nexus droit du tra­vail et pro­tec­tion des don­nées : quel­ques déve­lo­p­pe­ments récents, in: Jus­let­ter 12 June 2017.

In yesterday’s Jus­let­ter (12.6.17), Sté­pha­nie Fuld and Sté­pha­nie Chuff­art-Fin­ster­wald (both Bian­chi­Sch­wald) wro­te a Essay on the work­place refe­rence of data pro­ce­s­sing ope­ra­ti­ons published. In par­ti­cu­lar, they address inter­nal inve­sti­ga­ti­ons, the employee’s right to his or her own image, and employee moni­to­ring. The essay is writ­ten in French and has the fol­lo­wing lead:

From inter­nal inve­sti­ga­ti­ons to bio­me­tric work­place access con­trols to posting employee pho­tos on social net­works, the impe­ra­ti­ves of employee pri­va­cy and data pro­tec­tion are beco­ming incre­a­sing­ly important in employment law. In order to recon­ci­le the impe­ra­ti­ves of data and pri­va­cy pro­tec­tion of employees with the con­cre­te needs of com­pa­nies, here are some con­side­ra­ti­ons addres­sed to prac­ti­tio­ners and employers.

With the kind per­mis­si­on of the aut­hors, you will find the full essay (PDF) below:




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